include/basetsd.h: Fix int64 to int truncation warnings when compiling with a 64-bit PSDK compiler.
mstefani at redhat.com
Thu Jun 28 08:04:45 CDT 2012
On 06/28/2012 01:50 PM, Dmitry Timoshkov wrote:
> Michael Stefaniuc <mstefani at redhat.com> wrote:
>>> truncating from double to float while gcc keeps silence for instance.
>> I never looked at that but I assume the same holds true as above.
> The following thread has some interesting details:
WOW, that's pretty stupid. "0.1" has no type, it is a numeric literal.
Type is inferred from the context and only if that isn't possible it
will fall back to the intrinsic type. You can even say "int i = 0.1;"
and that is correct C.
gcc -Wall -Wextra does not complain about the examples in the thread you
quoted as that is the correct C behavior. MSVC is a C++ compiler beaten
into submission to do C. And C++ perverted C.
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